San Diego is a difficult team to pick for. At each level they have players that (on paper) look like they can compete, but most of them are underachievers. I chose Michael Brockers because, IMO, he was BPA and he fits the Chargers mold of having versatile D-linemen. Right now he's more of a run stuffer, who should take some pressure off of the linebackers, but if he improves his pass rushing ability he could be Haloti Ngata good. Again on paper, the Chargers don't need a corner, but Jammer hasn't lived up to his reputation the past few season, Gilchrist had a shaky rookie season, and Cason has yet to replicate his first two seasons in the league(even though he seemed to return to form the last part of the season). If two of those guys can get it together, drafting Boykin to play in the slot makes perfect sense.